Binzhou Bohai Fishery Area--Shandong
- Description: Binzhou, on the shore of Bohai Bay opposite Hebei Province, is a important harbor city of Shandong province. Binzhou has the second biggest salt production base in Shandong and one of the four biggest
Binzhou, on the shore of Bohai Bay opposite Hebei Province, is a important harbor city of Shandong province. Binzhou has the second biggest salt production base in Shandong and one of the four biggest fisheries nationwide.
Till 2007, Binzhou City had more than 1,400 marine fishing vessels, aquatic products output reached 390,000 tons, of which, there had 145,000 tons of seawater breeding products, 143,000 tons of fresh water products, and 95,000 tons of marine fishing; Output value of fishery products reached RMB 4.29 billion yuan, the industry output value was RMB 6.22 billion yuan; Aquaculture area reached 1.3 million mu, including seawater aquaculture area of 1 million mu, and fresh water aquaculture area of 300,000 mu. The main aquatic species of marine farming and fishing are: small yellow croaker, hairtail, prawn, jellyfish, shrimp, crab, mackerel, yellow croaker, sea bream, blue-scale fish, shad fish, Spanish mackerel.
At present, Binzhou has 48 aquatic product processing enterprises, the annual processing capacity of aquatic products is 33,000 tons; Has 11 large-scale aquatic products wholesale markets, the annual sales volume is 150,000 tons and more than RMB 2 billion yuan; Develops over 40 professional fishing villages, and one professional aquatic product distribution center.
According to the industry developing plan of Binzhou City, by 2012, In Binzhou City, Aquaculture area will be 1.5 million mu, including seawater aquaculture area of 1.15 million mu, and fresh water aquaculture area of 350,000 mu. aquatic products output will be 500,000 tons, of which, there has 380,000 tons of aquaculture products, and 120,000 tons of marine fishing; The output value of fishery industry will be RMB 6.32 billion yuan. The number of marine fishing vessels will be limited within 1500, just focusing on the development of high-powered vessels. The deep processing capacity of aquatic products will be 100,000 tons.